Talat Aman
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Tong hosts town hall meeting to discuss litigation

Over the past year, Attorney General William Tong has been busy filing a litany of lawsuits on behalf of the state of Connecticut against the […]

School of Architecture partnership with Columbus House sees success despite pandemic

Three years after New Haven organization Columbus House first partnered with Yale School of Architecture students to create homes for the city’s homeless population, the […]

New Haven businesses deal with pandemic economy

New Haven residents cherished Doug Coffin ’76 and his pizza restaurant, Next Door, located by Jocelyn Square. The restaurant was known for its quirkiness — from […]

Natalie Kainz
Dillon questions the authenticity of art

Modern mediums for sharing art — including social media — have made it easy for audiences to access replicas of original pieces, but photographer Noah […]

Yale News
AMAN & SCHWEITZER: Which side are you on?

The mother with stage four pancreatic cancer who is slowly dying because she can’t afford healthcare. The teacher of 20 years who, no matter how […]

Robertson speaks at SOM

Viewers are accustomed to reading and viewing the latest headlines, but in a Monday afternoon talk, CNN International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson presented what is […]

CT settles Medicare fraud case

After an almost two-year-long legal battle, Connecticut Attorney General William Tong and Connecticut Department of Social Services (DSS) Commissioner Deidre S. Gifford have reached a […]

AMAN: Ban the box

Yale’s insularity often obscures the world around us. We struggle to find reliable incentives to look beyond the depths of Bass Library, the rigid columns […]

Stavridis discusses U.S. geopolitics

Retired Navy Admiral James Stavridis answered a central question at a sold-out talk on Tuesday: Is the rise of China and their challenge to American […]

Historian tackles “lone wolf” rhetoric surrounding white power

Despite a common tendency to characterize white nationalists as “lone wolves,” historian Kathleen Belew GRD ’11 stressed that people should not view these actors as […]

Elicker holds constituent breakfast

Having the quintessential American breakfast of pancakes, home fries and coffee with one’s elected officials isn’t a common occurrence, but newly inaugurated Mayor Justin Elicker […]